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My Child's Behavior Is Making Me Depressed

In this counseling answer: •Ensure you take time out away from your daily challenges by spending time with friends to focus on something other than your normal daily responsibilities, give yourself the mental space to step away, but also, take time to yourself as well, even if it is just 15 minutes a day to …

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An Extremely Naughty Two-Year-Old Son

In this counseling answer: •Teach him positive behavior by avoiding the negative ones such as dishonesty, sarcasm, hurtful teasing, verbal abuse, humiliation, etc. •Give him positive attention by spending time doing things together, reading to him, chatting about anything including every day’s events, genuinely listening to him, cuddling him, or going for a walk are all …

Does My Son Have ADHD?

Does My Son Have ADHD?

In this counseling answer: It is quite possible that he does not have ADHD as many children who are thought to have ADHD by parents and teachers, in fact, do not. If he does happen to have ADHD, it is not the end of the world. In fact, it is quite common and often times children …

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How to Deal With a Hyperactive Child

In this counseling answer: “The best thing to do for your daughter at this time would be to love and accept her for who she is. Be patient, set firm limits and rules, spend a lot of time with her, take her for walks, let her play outdoors a lot and give her some time …

How to Deal with My Hyperactive 6-Year-Old Son?

How to Deal with My Hyperactive 6-Year-Old Son?

In this counseling answer: “I recommend developing an after-school plan with your child. This allows you and your child to collectively plan the routine for the day. Your child knows what you expect daily and they have input. Work together to make a clear schedule.” As-Salaam ‘Alaikum, This sounds like your son’s hyperactivity is a …

3-Year-Old Child: Verbal Diarrhea & Hyperactivity

As-Salamu ‘Alaykum dear sister, Considering that you are, in fact, referring to more than one child, the implications to this common problem amongst your friends indicate lifestyle as the source of the problem. There are many reasons why a child behaves in the manner you have described. Diet All too often, parents assume that a …

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My Child's Behavoiur Is Making Me Depressed - Follow up

Assalaum alaikum wa rahmatulahi wa barakatuh, It really does sound like you are having a tough time to the point that you have hit burnout and I would recommend seeing a psychologist so you can get some ongoing assistance in overcoming these difficulties. It seems to be impacting on all aspects of your life; from …



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